Written by Dentistry Today Monday, 05 November 2012 15:01
Biodenta to sell 3Shape TRIOS®- Digital Impression Solution System to dental professionals
New Jersey, October 25, 2012 - 3Shape, a global leader in 3D scanners and CAD/CAM software for dental applications, announces that it has signed a non-exclusive agreement with Biodenta to sell the 3Shape TRIOS®, a next-generation digital impression solution to dentists, dental specialists and dental schools. Biodenta will start selling the 3Shape TRIOS® from October 2012. Through the 3Shape TRIOS®’ unique design and technology, dentists will be allowed to focus more on treating patients and providing the best quality restorations.
“Dentistry is making a transition into digital every day and the 3Shape TRIOS® will be an integral part of that movement,” says Henrik Vestermark, VP of Operations North America. “We believe the shift to digital scanning creates a paradigm shift in dental care with the benefits to dentists and patients being proven every day.”
“We are delighted to expand our successful partnership with 3Shape, and complement our Digital Dentistry System product portfolio “DentaSwiss” with the 3Shape TRIOS® intraoral scanner,” says Dr. Nicolas Rohde, COO of Biodenta North America. “Biodenta follows a system-based approach and believes that the future belongs to those companies who successfully integrate the best products in a smart and efficient way. Offering 3Shape TRIOS® to our customers, in combination with implants and other CAD/CAM products, brings us one step closer to being a Total Solution Provider.”
3Shape TRIOS® will be available through Biodenta North America under the label of “DentaSwiss by 3Shape TRIOS ®” and they will also provide first class training, technical support and model production.
The 3Shape TRIOS® is a complete digital impression solution that includes intraoral scanning, clinical scan-validation, and seamless communication with the lab. It enables dentists to rapidly capture the complete intraoral situation and send the 3D model directly to the lab. It does not require pre-spraying of the teeth. The system clinically validates the impression and includes flexible tools allowing dentists to edit their scans.